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A380 To Cuckoo's Nest: SIN-ZRH-HEL SQ/AY Y&J  
User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 914 posts, RR: 1
Posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 15052 times:

Hi guys,

After a relaxing stay in SE Asia this summer I was ready to return home, on the route SIN-ZRH-HEL, on Singapore Airlines (A380) and Finnair (A320). I would travel in Y except on the last leg ZRH-HEL, thanks to AY's up grade offer.

I started my journey in Bangkok but this story begins at SIN. The wonderful Terminal 3:


Fish bond:


Free foot massage, I want that home...


The mobile phone hotel:


The Butterfly Garden, the little fellows were alll sleeping this time:


Need a nap?



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SQ 0346 SIN-ZRH
0120-0800
Flying time: 12h 40min
A380 Seat 77A Upper Deck

Upper deck calling! This was my second ride on SQ A380, I learnt better try to get the seat up there. The boarding was really quick, you could see the flight was far from full.



Both seats 77A/C were just for me, seat pitch 32" and width 19". There were plenty of free seats left. Great AVOD though I wasn't in the mood for entertainment this time, I wanted to finnish a good book.







The upper deck speciality, extra storage room:


...but no leaning on the wall:


The amenity kit, opened at home:


Supper time! The meal (chicken) was ok, but I expected a little more... Toblerone for dessert was a bit cheap. The red drink was Singapore Sling, the best part of the supper. The service was as friendly as expected.





Thanks to the free space and the silent cabin I was able to sleep a couple of hours. Snacks or "light bites" as SQ say were served several times during the night, as water and juices. Always with a smile.

The breakfast. I had the western choice, great stuff, tasty big omelette.




Europe calling, only a moment to ZRH. This would be my first time in ZRH and Switzerland, hopefully I will see more of the country next time.



The A380 landed softly like a Zeppelin and I got through to the departures in 15 minutes, no queues. I had a couple of hours to kill, the first thing was to find AY's lounge. To my surprise it was a Skyteam lounge, small with rather modest offerings. They had internet services but the connection was the slowest I've tried for a long time.







This setting left me hungry but the apple juice was great...


A little sight seeing at ZRH, a cool looking new terminal. There were plenty of nice shops but the prices were really high, the Swiss Franc truly is strong against Euro these days. The best thing was the friendliness everywhere at the airport. I was amazed when the smiling security officer at the gate asked which language I would prefer and how was my day!





A cuckoo clock anyone?



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AY 0858 ZRH-HEL
1055-1440
Flying time: 2h 45min (2h 30min)
A320 Seat 1F (J)

The gate area looked crowded when I arrived, there were a lot of Asian passengers probably continueing to Asia from HEL. Boarding had started but not without problems, the agent tried to explain something to an Indian(?) group, but they were not pleased at all and you could hear it. It seemed the names didn't match or something.

No problems finding my seat 1F, the middle seat was blocked and I had the row for my self. There were totally eight seats in the Business class, four were occupied. The Y-cabin looked really full.









Swissport please make sure my luggage makes it...


We took off a few minutes late, the green Swiss countryside was soon left behind.


My favourite way to end a good holiday. The Ultima Thule glasses were introduced in 1969, originally desinged for AY's service to New York.



I was served by a friendly and attentive mature FA, a real pro. The Asian passengers from Y kept her busy during the flight, quite a few wanted to visit the front toilet and use the free seats in the Business cabin, but they were politely sent back.

Lunch time! No menus, no meal choices but the Oriental-style meal was really tasty, the tiny pumpkin pie was absolutely delicious.



CNN The Future Cities: Helsinki. For me the front camera views were more interesting.


Reading material:


Finnair's FA models for Moomin fashion:


Yes we know! Finland, the home of the Wife Carrying Contest, Air Guitar World Champs...






The two hours went really quickly, I just tried to stay awake and enjoyed to views. That's Tallinn and the Baltic Sea down there, just a short hop to Helsinki now, we would land a bit early actually:





And this is Vuosaari, the eastern suburb of Helsinki and a large port:


After SE Asia the air in Helsinki felt fresh and cool, though the temperature was +26C. Luckily even the arctic summer can be sweet sometimes. In the terminal our old capital Turku (or Åbo in Swedish) and the European Capital of Culture 2011 welcome the visitors:



Conclusions:
Returning home on SQ/AY via ZRH was a good choice. SQ A380/Terminal 3 is a great combination, even when travelling in Y, the half empty cabin helped a lot of course. It seems ZRH works like a quality cuckoo clock, no wonder it's ranked so high in Europe. Finnair provided professional service and the best meal on this trip, nothing to complain.

Thanks for reading!

[Edited 2011-07-27 19:02:29]

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User currently offlinejoffie From Australia, joined Mar 2006, 806 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 14933 times:

Hi

Nice report

Enjoyed reading it

I still have to travel on the A380. I cannot find a suitable route from where I am. Was planning on flying LH but then we cancelled America, and in 2009 QF pulled them out of service, so my SIN-SYD flight was on the 747 instead!.


User currently offlineEconojetter From Malaysia, joined May 2001, 430 posts, RR: 5
Reply 2, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 14923 times:

Great report with beautiful photos. Thanks for sharing!
Looks like you had very pleasant flights on SQ and AY.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
The mobile phone hotel:

Ha ha this is the first time I've heard this being referred to as a hotel. But it does look like one with little day rooms for exhausted phones to, well..., recharge. I supposed there is a no-overnight policy though.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
Upper deck calling! This was my second ride on SQ A380, I learnt better try to get the seat up there. The boarding

I read that ZRH is due to receive the new configuration where Business Class stretches the entire upper deck. So better to get an upper deck Economy seat when you still can.


Just love the quality of this photo. The amenity kit and the menu card match the wood grain so well it looks like a photo out of a lifestyle magazine.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
A little sight seeing at ZRH, a cool looking new terminal. There were plenty of nice shops but the prices were really high, the Swiss Franc truly is strong against Euro these days.

Very nice looking terminal indeed. I have not been to ZRH after the renovation. It looked rather tired just before the renovation.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
My favourite way to end a good holiday. The Ultima Thule glasses were introduced in 1969, originally desinged for AY's service to New York.

Such distinctive glasses. Anytime I see them on an airline tray photo, I know it's AY.


User currently offlineRyanair!!! From Australia, joined Mar 2002, 4753 posts, RR: 26
Reply 3, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 14850 times:


Oh no, I wonder why have SQ started using these cheapo looking tin foil casserol dishes?



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User currently offlinePlaneHunter From Germany, joined Mar 2006, 6747 posts, RR: 77
Reply 4, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 6 hours ago) and read 14304 times:

Hi HELyes,

nice report with good pictures! Upper deck seats are great, too bad SQ is getting rid of that layout. I also enjoyed SQ's A380 last year, but what I really missed was the tail camera view. I'm wondering why SQ hasn't installed that, unlike all other operators.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
The red drink was Singapore Sling, the best part of the supper.

What would be a SQ flight without a Singapore Sling? The meals look really good.


PH



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User currently offlinesultanils From Belgium, joined Mar 2010, 1684 posts, RR: 30
Reply 5, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 14237 times:
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Hi HELyes,

A good read with great photos, well done. Travelling on the upper deck of the A380 is definetely the best way to go: not so crowded and very quiet. I experienced this myself on the AF A380 last year. The meals on both carriers look really tasty   

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
Both seats 77A/C were just for me, seat pitch 32" and width 19"

They look rather thinly cushioned, were they comfortable enough for this long journey?

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
...but no leaning on the wall:

I find that quite a downside to not being able to lean, makes it a little more difficult to get a good upright sleeping position.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
I got through to the departures in 15 minutes

Hey, that's not too bad, ZRH is an efficient airport.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
I was amazed when the smiling security officer at the gate asked which language I would prefer and how was my day!

  

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
Finland, the home of the Wife Carrying Contest, Air Guitar World Champs...

You Finns are just a little bit crazy  



   Sultanils



In thrust we trust.
User currently offlinegardermoen From Australia, joined Jul 1999, 1522 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (3 years 3 weeks 6 days 2 hours ago) and read 13720 times:

Enjoyable report and nice pictures.
Love how SQ pass off a Toblerone Bar as a "Chocolate delight"! hahaha.


User currently offlineAYA333 From Finland, joined Aug 2008, 110 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days 23 hours ago) and read 13350 times:

A nice report featuring my favourite aircraft: A380. Thank you!

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
And this is Vuosaari, the eastern suburb of Helsinki and a large port:

And it´s always lovely to be able to see my home from up there!



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User currently offlinen272wa From Ireland, joined Jun 2007, 410 posts, RR: 7
Reply 8, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days 21 hours ago) and read 13039 times:

Hi HELyes!
Great report - I enjoyed reading it. Nice pics from the A380!
I have fond memories of visiting Helsinki back in 2005. I flew with Estonian Air to Tallinn and then the ferry across the
Gulf of Finland to Helsinki - it was interesting, but sadly I have not been back since. Aer Lingus currently fly to Helsinki
so I might try and go next year if possibe!
Cheers again!
Mike  



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User currently offlinesq_ek_freak From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2000, 1633 posts, RR: 20
Reply 9, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days 20 hours ago) and read 12922 times:

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 3):
Oh no, I wonder why have SQ started using these cheapo looking tin foil casserol dishes?

While it looks so cheap and definitely not up to normal SQ standards, I think this is just a temporary stop gap due to a shortage of their normal casserole dishes. If it is indeed a permanent change, then SQ is definitely cutting corners but I don't think that's the case with the casserole dishes.

Quoting gardermoen (Reply 6):

Love how SQ pass off a Toblerone Bar as a "Chocolate delight"! hahaha.

Exactly - I find this very questionable. Since when did SQ stop serving proper desserts? I realize this is "Supper" and not "Dinner" but that's still really a sorry excuse for a dessert and not up to SQ standards. They've already predominantly done away with "real" desserts (cakes, tarts and other sort of sweets of the like) and mostly just serve the much cheaper to procure ice cream - even in Business Class! I remember the days when they served a real dessert and had ice cream for mid flight snacks. And the ice cream back then was Ben and Jerry's or Haggen Dazs, not this cheap Mega, Dove or whatever cheap looking nonsense they serve now.



Keep Discovering
User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 914 posts, RR: 1
Reply 10, posted (3 years 3 weeks 5 days 17 hours ago) and read 12529 times:

Thanks for the comments!

Quoting joffie (Reply 1):
I cannot find a suitable route from where I am.

Luckily more A380 routes coming all the time. I've experienced SQ A380 on two legs now, the first was SIN-NRT 2009. Would be cool to try the others too, especially Emirates and Korean.

Quoting Econojetter (Reply 2):
Great report with beautiful photos.
Quoting joffie (Reply 1):
Just love the quality of this photo.

Thank You! My cheap camera needs plenty of natural light to produce any decent pics  
Quoting Econojetter (Reply 2):
Such distinctive glasses. Anytime I see them on an airline tray photo, I know it's AY.

Ultima Thule glass ware is back in fashion again, my mom used to collect those in 1970's. They are available again in Finland at least, AY's net shop sells them too.

Quoting PlaneHunter (Reply 4):
Upper deck seats are great, too bad SQ is getting rid of that layout.

Oh thats pity   SQ A380 upper deck has the most comforble Y-cabin I've seen so far.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 5):
They look rather thinly cushioned, were they comfortable enough for this long journey?

The seats could have been a bit softer, true. Anyway I felt rather comfortable, of course all the extra space helped this time.

Quoting sultanils (Reply 5):
You Finns are just a little bit crazy

Yeah that helps through the long winters 
Quoting AYA333 (Reply 7):
And it´s always lovely to be able to see my home from up there!

Helsinki and the surroundings look so green from above, housing areas surrounded by deep woods. And then they say lack of the building land keeps the house prices high...

Quoting n272wa (Reply 8):
so I might try and go next year if possibe!

I'm always ready for a beer if I'm in town   Just message me. I've been in Ireland quite often but never flown Aer Lingus, it's on my to do list.

Quoting Ryanair!!! (Reply 3):
Oh no, I wonder why have SQ started using these cheapo looking tin foil casserol dishes?
Quoting gardermoen (Reply 6):
Love how SQ pass off a Toblerone Bar as a "Chocolate delight"! hahaha.
Quoting sq_ek_freak (Reply 9):

The SQ meals on my summer flights were a bit dissapointing, except the breakfast servings. In June I flew FRA-SIN on SQ 777 and the dinner looked similar:





User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 15
Reply 11, posted (3 years 3 weeks 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 11483 times:

Nice report, lucky you got the 380  . The meal on the ZRH-HEL leg looks indeed superb.


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User currently offlineBabybus From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (3 years 3 weeks 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 10822 times:

Nice report. Nice pics.

Reading your report reminded me that the A380 makes even Y class passengers feel special, with all the extra space and riding on the top deck and going up and down the staircases. Personal space on long haul flights used to be reserved just for premium passengers.

I liked the pics of SIN Terminal 3. Great to see an terminal that has its own identity still. So many terminals all over the world now all look the same with the large one structure roof, the big white supports and roof to floor glass walls.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
Finnair provided professional service and the best meal on this trip, nothing to complain.

Finnair are great. I'm not loving their new livery though. Not very Finnish in my opinion.


User currently offlineMarcoPoloWorld From United States of America, joined Mar 2008, 639 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (3 years 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 10431 times:

Amazing that you are aware of some of the swedish place names, like Åbo.   ... The swedish lingual heritage in Finland is small, but still a unique feature.

Anyhow, thanks for a great trip report!


User currently offlineaflyingkiwi From New Zealand, joined Nov 2010, 514 posts, RR: 3
Reply 14, posted (3 years 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 10396 times:

Hi HELyes,

Great report. SQ's A380 looks like a great place to spend your time in the sky, especially on the upper deck. As others have said, I am quite disappointed that they didn't serve a proper dessert though. Oh and SIN looks great as always.

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
Lunch time! No menus, no meal choices but the Oriental-style meal was really tasty, the tiny pumpkin pie was absolutely delicious.

That looks like a great meal but I'm quite surprised that they didn't offer a more 'traditional' choice. I know that AY carries a huge amount of transfer passengers to Asia but I'm sure there are some passengers (like yourself) that are disembarking at HEL and would prefer a more westernized meal.

Thanks for sharing

Regards,
aflyingkiwi


User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 914 posts, RR: 1
Reply 15, posted (3 years 3 weeks 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 10000 times:

Thank you for all the comments!

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 11):
Nice report, lucky you got the 380 . The meal on the ZRH-HEL leg looks indeed superb.

Yes, wanted to get on a 380 again. Actually it would had been cheaper to fly non stop on AY, but that would had been far too simple   Yes the meal was tasty, usually AY's short haul meals in J are pretty good.

Quoting Babybus (Reply 12):
I liked the pics of SIN Terminal 3. Great to see an terminal that has its own identity still.

The Terminal 3 is great, the design, the tranquility... I could move in.

Quoting Babybus (Reply 12):
Finnair are great. I'm not loving their new livery though. Not very Finnish in my opinion.

I think KF made it right and AY didn't. I can only imagine how good Blue1-style individual liveries would look on AY's Airbuses.

Quoting MarcoPoloWorld (Reply 13):
Amazing that you are aware of some of the swedish place names, like Åbo. ... The swedish lingual heritage in Finland is small, but still a unique feature.

Turku and Åbo are both official names   Finland still is officially bi-lingual country and Swedish language is well protected. The Swedish speaking miniority is rather small, but the language is visible in the every day life, especially in the coastal areas. Like Helsinki has street sings in two languages, can be confusing for tourists.

All Finns are still required to take Swedish in school and everybody not happy with that, especially in Eastern Finland where tourists from Russia have made Russian more useful.

Quoting aflyingkiwi (Reply 14):
That looks like a great meal but I'm quite surprised that they didn't offer a more 'traditional' choice.

Yes I expected a western style lunch, but AY often manage to surprise with their meals. Sometimes they take risks serving Finnish specialities like reindeer or dark rye bread, probably a bit too exotic for many non-Nordic passengers.


User currently offlineLH4116 From Sweden, joined Aug 2007, 1710 posts, RR: 14
Reply 16, posted (3 years 2 weeks ago) and read 8856 times:

Hello, HELyes. Great report you've made this time. A nice ending to your Asian summer trip. Pics looked very nice and sharp, I presume you were using a DSLR?  
Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
I would travel in Y except on the last leg ZRH-HEL, thanks to AY's up grade offer.

Didn't know AY had such offers. How much did you pay for the upgrade?

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
I started my journey in Bangkok but this story begins at SIN. The wonderful Terminal 3:

SIN Looks like a really nice airport, a long layover these seems doable even without the lounges  
Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
The red drink was Singapore Sling, the best part of the supper.

Wow, didn't knew they offered those in Economy. Did they have any other cocktails on offer, or was it just the sling?

Quoting HELyes (Thread starter):
The breakfast. I had the western choice, great stuff, tasty big omelette.

Never seen such a substantial breakfast in Economy Class before! Then again it's SQ 

All in all it seems like SQ are offering a great Y product, almost up to par with some airline's Premium Y. Too bad about the desserts though, It would've been better if they offered proper ones instead of pre-packed supermarket style desserts, i.e Toblerone and ice cream. Häagen Dazs ice cream would've done the job though  

Thanks for sharing!
//Jonas



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User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 914 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (3 years 1 week 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 8457 times:

Quoting LH4116 (Reply 16):
Hello, HELyes. Great report you've made this time. A nice ending to your Asian summer trip. Pics looked very nice and sharp, I presume you were using a DSLR?

Hej Jonas och tack!
I had to google what DSLR means, I'm a total amateur with cameras   No DSLR, I used a Sony pocket camera actually, Cyber Shot W320. It does the job if the conditions aren't too challenging, it seems.

Quoting LH4116 (Reply 16):
Didn't know AY had such offers. How much did you pay for the upgrade?

It was a summer offer to get an upgrade with half of miles or points, one way Central/Southern Europe - Helsinki took 5000 AY Plus points.

Quoting LH4116 (Reply 16):
Wow, didn't knew they offered those in Economy. Did they have any other cocktails on offer, or was it just the sling?

According to the menu there were four cocktail choices in Y: Singapore Sling, Alspritizer, Screwdriver and Bloody Mary. Yes the whole experience felt like Y+, especially with all the extra space around me.


User currently offlinelukeyboy95 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2008, 1091 posts, RR: 31
Reply 18, posted (3 years 1 week 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 8354 times:

Oh i thought that all looked rather yummy...

T3 is just such a job, they're is something about SIN that makes me feel like it is my living room. Just excellent.

Your report covered everything really nicely, and was that a Singapore Sling I saw?

Good job,

Luke!



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User currently offlinenethkt From Thailand, joined Apr 2001, 1079 posts, RR: 3
Reply 19, posted (3 years 1 week 6 days 5 hours ago) and read 8154 times:

Great trip reports. Lots of nice photos! Love them all especially the menu and amenity pic!

Yeah, cost-cutting continues with the hard aluminium/foil like material for main course.

I enjoyed my flight on the same route SIN-ZRH on the Economy class upper deck too!!

Many thanks for such a detailed report.



Let's just blame it on yields.
User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 914 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (3 years 1 week 5 days 11 hours ago) and read 7825 times:

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 18):
Your report covered everything really nicely, and was that a Singapore Sling I saw?

Thank you! Yes thats the drink and yummy it was...

Quoting nethkt (Reply 19):
Many thanks for such a detailed report.
Quoting nethkt (Reply 19):
Yeah, cost-cutting continues with the hard aluminium/foil like material for main course.

Kop kun krap! Yes the supper was kind of blunt, comparing what I got on my previous and first SQ 380 flight SIN-NRT in 2009.


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